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This is a fun little book and makes an enjoyable quick read.
To be honest, the genius of the book is how it is constructed in short, divided chapters, that makes it easy for a structured procrastinator to read.
If you consider yourself a procrastinator (or even if you only suspect you might be one), buy and read this book.
I've always envied those with a clean desk at the end of the day! Mine, on a good day, consists of somewhat regularly arranged piles of papers ...ready for me the next day. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Martha R. Boland
I purchased this book after Amazon reminded me that I had left it in my shopping cart. Structured procrastination is a time-honored technique, though I find it difficult to keep... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christian Marks
I had read it quickly (may be to quickly), but was an honest and delightful journey about the phenomenon of procrastination without the so-called "success stories". Read morePublished 3 months ago by GUILLERMO A MORA H
It's not bad to procrastinate as long as you manage it. but it does not answer the main question. how NOT to procrastinate.Published 3 months ago by Aref
I find this whole concept fascinating, that we might be more effective if we have another thing on our agendas that we don't do but ought to do! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paul Sunde
Rather disappointing. What drew me in was that Pr's actually get more done than they think. But that was not elaborated on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by edu braat
Not an extremely insightful read but a good reminder nonetheless. The book could have been summed up with use a reminder app and push yourself. Not hating, just saying..Published 4 months ago by valdeezy